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post #91 of 187 Old 06-04-2013, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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Toyos , Id look into the Falkens if they ever finally make a 40

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Nothing much to report.


I had a few spare minutes today so i got the axle side coilover mount tacked on and the front track bar bracket tacked one.










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Well I didnt get as far as I would have liked because I just realized I have the wrong size tube adapters to fab a new front UCA.

All the rear brackets are on and tacked in place

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Looking good. Alot of people have been using that rear JK tracbar bracket for various other uses. Good thinking!

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Looking good. Alot of people have been using that rear JK tracbar bracket for various other uses. Good thinking!

Yeah it worked great up front. I need to get another one for the rear. I hacked up the TB bracket you guys make for the truss but it is just way to tall to use so off to the scrap pile it went.
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Subscribed! A 14 bolt is on my long list, but this thread will help me plan my project.
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Subscribed! A 14 bolt is on my long list, but this thread will help me plan my project.
Its a pain trying to cram it in there and keep a LCG but it can be done. Now i need to decide if im going to outboard my coliovers now or wait a bit
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Well had some time and got some work done toady.

the front is done minus making some new bump pads.





Full stuff Driver side







Full Droop




Full stuff pass side

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Today was alot of grinding to make adequate clearance for the oil pan and frame side track bar bracket.





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HAHAHA


Its just a space filler. the three red switches dont do anything right now.

I need to order new switches and rockers to match my sPod ones.



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Arb compressor
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Looking to sell the gauge if you arent using it anymore?

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Looking to sell the gauge if you arent using it anymore?
I already did, sorry
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post #105 of 187 Old 07-24-2013, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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So trying to keep the budget down I wanted to reuse my Woods drivelines.

So for the front I used a 1310to 1330 conversion U joint and for the rear it was a 1310/1350


1310 to 1350 = Spicer 5-460X

1310 to 1330 = Spicer 5-134X








One major mistake i made was I forgot about drilling and tapping housing before i welded the truss so hope so ill have to take this approach



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